Ryoji Ikeda, a Japanese sound and visual artist who lives and works in Paris, will soon unveil The Transfinite; “an immersive sonic and visual environment that subsumes visitors within abstract expressions of digital information and binary code. Breathtakingly provocative black and white projections keyed to a tightly synchronized musical composition explore how data defines the world we live in. Known for large-scale installations and public artworks around the world that push the limits of digital technology, Ikeda creates his most ambitious installation to date with The Transfinite.”
“In choreographing vast amounts of digital information, Ikeda conjures up a transformative environment in which visitors confront data on a scale that defies comprehension, experiencing the infinite. This installation includes strobe effects and high volume.”
Looking forward to checking it out!
UPDATE: See our follow-up post here.